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In your bashrc script... vim ~/.bashrc You can define an array of emoticons EMOJIS=(🥯 🦆 🦉 🥓 🦄 🦀 🖕 🍣 🍤 🍥 🍡 🥃 🥞 🤯 🤪 🤬 🤮 🤫 🤭 🧐 🐕 🦖 👾 🐉 🐓 🐋 🐌 🐢) then if you have too much time on your hands, write a function which returns a random moj. RANDOM_EMOJI() { SELECTED_EMOJI=${EMOJIS[$RANDOM % ${#EMOJIS[@]}]}; echo $SELECTED_EMOJI; ...


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I had same issue with Inter font, I wanted to use medium variant but regular was applied no matter what I pick. I could achieved it using gsettings from terminal, adding a comma between font name and size. gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.interface font-name 'Inter Medium, 11' Try it, it worked with medium variant but it didn't with light, also note that ...


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Font size of the top bar is set by your GNOME Shell theme. The default GNOME Shell theme of Ubuntu 18.04 is dictated by the ubuntu.css file in your /usr/share/gnome-shell/theme/ directory. After opening the /usr/share/gnome-shell/theme/ubuntu.css file you should find a stage section near the top, which would look something like the following: stage { ...


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I managed to fix the unrecognized characters issue I was having on Linux by installing the following packages: apt-get install xfonts-unifont ttf-unifont (The above command assume a Debian system, for other distributions you may need to use another package manager and/or specific package names).


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May I suggest you install Synaptic Package Manager from Ubuntu Software and then install the font you want? You can then install fonts from Synaptic Package Manager. Alternately, install font manager from Ubuntu software manager or using the command: sudo apt install font-manager


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There are two location where fonts usually are automatically visible in e.g. Firefox, LibreOffice : /usr/share/fonts/TTF/, and ~/.fonts/ Create the directory : $ mkdir .fonts $ cp [font].ttf .fonts/


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Guys I also had this issue and fixed with chrome extension Nastaleeq. Kubuntu 19.04 x64 Chrome Version: 77.0.3865.90 (Official Build) (64-bit)


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Opening the file in Adobe Illustrator you'll find out that the glyph font is actually https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Symbol_(typeface) It likely comes with e.g. Adobe Reader, but not with evince. At the same time you probably don't have the font installed as system font, so there is nothing to fall back to. Props to envince for not silently substituting it ...


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